|Faculty:||Robert Napolitano, Andy Winchell|
|Production Date:||May 15, 2012|
|Practice Areas:||Bankruptcy , Contract Law, Mortgages|
Join Robert Napolitano and Attorney Andy Winchell as they discuss why understanding legal requirements for the purchase and sale of mortgage loan is essential in foreclosure defense practice. Specifically, Mr. Napolitano and Mr. Winchell will delve into the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and how practitioners and judges alike often focus on the wrong UCC sections. The presenters explain how Article 9 of the UCC, rather than Article 3, governs the sale of mortgage notes and present the arguments and strategies to challenge the evidentiary basis for the lawful sale of mortgage loans.
II. The Uniform Commercial Code
III. Common UCC Misconceptions
IV. UCC Article 9
V. Application to Securitized Trusts
Melissa (Victor, ID)
Excellent and thorough CLE!
Loren (Irvine, CA)
Pari (Long Island City, NY)
This course gives you a solid understanding of UCC as it is relevant in foreclosure defense. Excellent..
Kevin (Hollister, CA)
I thought the distinctions made during the lecture between Article 9 and Article 3 of the UCC were very interesting.
Samuel (New York, NY)
information every foreclosure attorney and homeowner should have!
Roger (Phoenix, AZ)
Steve (Chicago, IL)
Good information to consider on a timely subject.
Lisa (Lynbrook, NY)
Both were great speakers and really tied in all I had been studying about foreclosure defense and hope to make good use of it in helping homeowners keep their homes; Thanks Andy and Rob!!
Tamara (Montclair, NJ)
Excellent course. Very relevant!
Terrel (Idaho Falls, ID)
Thomas (Hackensack, NJ)
Very thorough and articulated. Thank you.
Price: $99.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
Earn CLE Credits